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David Petraeus, War Hero, Accepts Highest Honors At Alma Mater Princeton

U.S. Army four-star general David Petraeus is widely regarded to be one of the most prominent military figures of the post-9/11 era. During his 37 years in the Army, Petraeus gained the reputation for being one of the great warrior-intellectuals in American military history, culminating his career with six consecutive commands as a general officer, five of which were in combat…

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Father Of Computer Science, Alan Turing, Leaves Legacy Of Technical Innovation At Princeton

Pioneering British computer scientist and mathematician Alan Turing is widely regarded as one of the most innovative thinkers of the 20th century. In 1936, Turing’s seminal paper “On Computable Numbers” established the theoretical foundations of computer science, while producing insights into what later became known as “artificial intelligence.”…

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Actor David Duchovny Uses Alma Mater Princeton University As Stepping-Stone To Stardom

Although David Duchovny is primarily known for his work on The X-Files, he has spent the better part of three decades finding pop culture success in one form after the other. He’s conquered television multiple times, he’s helmed feature films, he’s written books, he’s recorded albums, and he’s even toured across the world as a musician…

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Princeton’s Best Basketball Player, Bill Bradley, Leaves Legendary Legacy

Bill Bradley is one of the most accomplished athletes on the planet. After a historic career on Princeton’s basketball team, he was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford University, where he earned a Master’s degree. While overseas, Bradley played one season of professional basketball in Europe, and eventually decided to join the New York Knicks for the 1967–68 season…

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